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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1946, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME OF HISTORY ANB ARCHIVES IKES iA THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LET Associated Pica and Vailed Press Full Leased Wires Five a Copy CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 4 1916 This Paper Consist ot Two One PHILIPPINES LAUNCH NEW REPUBLIC Senators Hopeful Truman Will Approve OP A Bill pnrun SPEND HOLIDAY WORKING OVER FINAL DETAILS Demo Leader Barkley Expects to Present New Measure Friday Washington IP Disregarding the Independence day holiday senators hopefully fitted together a new price control extension bill Thursday to take the place of the measure vetoed by President Tru man Democratic Leader Barkley Ky announced he expects to have the new legislation ready for the senate floor Friday and there was an undercurrent of optimism that it might prove acceptable at the white house legislation apparently was going to vary only slightly from the vetoed bill but both repub lican and democratic members of the senate banking committee seemed confident itwould not be rejected byMrTruman In its preliminary draft the new bill would provide a 12month ex tensionof the warborn price con trol program and renewrental ceilings for that full year But the chances were that it would contain only a slightly modified version of the pricing formulas which led Mr Truman to term the original extension measure an impossible bill What is more one or possibly both of those price formula modi fications will come into being as a result of the sponsorship of Sen ator Alben W Barkley D the majority leader and as such Till Trumans spokesman in the senate It has been generally under stood on capitol hill that last Sat urdays veto came as a surprise to Barkley Mr Truman announced in that communication his fundamental objection to a manufacturers pricesetting amendment spon sored by Senator Taft and to a companion provision af fecting wholesalers and retailers which was advocated by Senator Wherry RNebr Barkley offered the committee Wednesday a revised version of the amendment and said he probably would do the same Thursday for the Wherry said in i that price ceilings for pro ducers manufacturers and proces sors must reflect the price chargei for a product in the first half of October 1941 plus the weishle average unit cost increase in the affected industry Barkley proposed a simplified version merely stating that the maximum official price must re turn atleast the average dollar price during the calendar year 1940 plus the increased manufac turing producing or processing cost since then Wherrys amendment stipulated that ceilings for distributors wholesalers and retailers must al low them their Jan I 1946 mark ups or discounts based on current costs Barkley hasnt announced yet how he proposes to modify that one Wherry however told a report er that I wont accept anything thats not better than what we got Truman Signs AntiRacket Despite Labor x Washington President Truman put the socalled Hobbs antiracketeering act on the sta tute books Thursday despite the hitter opposition of organized labor The presidents action received warm approval in most quarters on capitol hill although some foes of the legislation condemned his decision to sign the measure For the moment union leaders had nothing to say about the fail ure of their long fight of mdre than 3 years to keep the Hobbs measure from becoming law Several legislators said Mr Trumans action will do much to help restore friendly relations with democratic party members who were irked last month by his veto of the Case labor disputes bill which embodied similar pro visions Some of them declared the ac tion would give impetus to their drive not riext broad new labor regulatorylegislation those who criticized the presidential decision praised the manner in which he made it a special mes sage to congress giving his rea sons for the move Usually a pres ident only sends such messages when he vetoes a bill The measure as signed by Mr Truman late Wednesday makes It a felony to interfere with move ment of goods in interstate com merce by robbery or extortion or by threats of violence Its author Rep Hobbs D said the chief purpose of the bill is to permit farmers to take their goods to market with out interference by unions This has not always been possible in the past he declared The first lbor law of general application to be enacted iri the Truman administration the leg islation provides for fines up to and prison terms of up to 20 years for violators U S Ships in Denmark Copenhagen U S war cruisers Houston and Little Rock and 4 rived in Danish waters Thursday under command of Adm H Kent 21 DEATHS BEGIN HOLIDAY TOLL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS nation made a slow start the 800 viaxAlli dents drownings and miscellane KNEE HIGH BY THE Iowa young sters and this Iowa corn both made it Farmer Jim here is showing Mary Johow high the cornshould be by July 4 year old son of Mrand Mrs John Sterhad 205 Kentucky and Mary Jo the year olri daughter of Mr and Mrs Don H Healy 220 S Tennessee This pho to was taken in a stand of field corn on the Leo Powers farm south of Mason City GlobeGazette photo ous were reported from 6 p m Wednesday night until Thursday morning The National Safety council made the forecast of 800 immedi ate deaths but added it expected another 500 persons to die later as a result of injuries received during the holiday or a total of 1300 Troopship 2 War Bride Ships Arrive in U S New York troopship and 2 war bride ships were sched uled to arrive Thursday The George Washington will ar rive from Le Havre with 5429 troops The Henry Gibbins wil bring 386 war brides and children from Le Havre and the George Goethals will bring 319 war brides and children from Southampton TTr 1JUUand children fromTSouthampton IIfef Favoring Mike Hogan in Election i T ifc ife r Plenty of Luck Due With 9 Leaf Clover Evanslon III Henry B Platt Jr found an 8leaf clover on her front lawn Wednesday Not satisfied with one botanical rarity she searched further and found one with 9 leaves Federal Judge Dies Washington Dis trict Judge Guy T Helvering 68 of Kansas died early Thursday in Doctors hospital after an illness of S weeks EDITORS NOTE After Earl G Miller upset Wayne Rones for the republi can nomination for secretary of state Frank Nye associate edi tor of the Cedar Rapids Ga zefte decided to find out who the democratic candidate is The following is condensed from his personality sketch By FRANK NTE Dubuque Republicans are in one of those dilemmas that the open primary election system brings every tew years Theyve eot Earl G Miller as nominee for secretary of state Many republicans do not want him but they dont know what to do with him Nobody thinks Miller can be in duced to resign his nomination So the next best thing some re publicans think is to elect his opponent All of which brings us to an Irishman by the name of Michael Patrick Hogan commonly known as Mike As democratic nom inee for secretary of state he will oppose Miller in the fall campaign Hogan is a pleasant affable fel low with a host of friends among both the democrats of Dubuque and the few brave souls here who will own up to being republicans A family man who will be 42 years old come Oct 8 he is en gaged in the general insurance business with Clarence H Sanner Hogan also serves as justice of the peace Mike Hogan is one of those fel lows who has a bit of old Erin in his bluegreen eyes who is good looking and who has a winning smile He is one of those rare individ uals who is blessed with the abil ity and the build to wear clothes well over the lean 5 foot 11 inch frame which supports his 170 pounds He is a good conversationalist and an easy talker In fact Hogan revealed that he unwittingly talked himself into the race for secretary of state I have preached and preached for years ant years he said that young people should take more of an interest in politics I preached about young people so often that I just talked my self Into the race I was asked why I didnt practice what I preached Hogans background includes 10 years with the Midwest Lumber company 2 years with the Acme Paint company nearly 4 years with the Murphy Varnish com pany and his present work since 1941 It also includes 8 months as a gnandi dancer or section work er for the Milwaukee railroad in 1940 The first day a fellow handed me a crow bar he recalled I asked him where he wanted me to carry it He said Carryit Youre going to use it all day Mike once beat 16 opponents for MICHAEL PATRICK HOGAN the democratic nomination for justice As for the sudden interest that has been tafcen in him since Mil lers surprise nomination Hogan has no explanationHe is as puzzled as everyone else about his opponents victory over Ropes I always understood that Mr Ropes was a good public official Hogan said It seemed odd to me that he was the only incumbent defeated As for Earl Granville Miller I wouldnt know Mr Miller if he walked info the room this minute I have never seen him Born in Dubuque Hogan was graduated from St Marys high school where he starred in foot ball and basketball in 1922 He attended Campion college at Prairie du Chien Wis for 2 years playing halfback on the football team On a wall of his office are auto graphed pictures of 2 football players Pete Tinsley and Joe Laws formerly of Iowa U of the Green Bay Packers pro team Hogan performed the marriage ceremony for Tinsley and his wife and Laws was best man A picture of Father Flancagan Mickey Rooney and Spencer Tracy and another of the late President Roosevelt also line his office walls Hogan likes to golf bowl fish and garden He golfs at slightly below 100 He bowls an average 175 He fishes whenever the chance presents itself And he gardens a 35 by 65 foo plot which more than provides for Mrs Hogan and their children Michael III age 3 and Sandr Anne 1 Hogan also has 2 children by hi first wife who died in 1936 The are Wayne Paul 18 in school a St Meinards Seminary in Mem ard Ind and Rita 12 who live with her maternal grandmother Mrs Ralph Elhvanger and attend visitation academy here Hogan himself was one of i family of 9 boys and one girl He belongs to the Kiwani Eagles Knights of Columbus Du buque Traveling and Business mens association Catholic church Isaac Walton league and is loca governor of the Moose If Hogan wins this fall a num ber of republicans probably wii have to cross party lines to vot for him They are giving him the cnc over now because they cant de cide what to do about their di lemma It goes against their grain t cross party lines even it the op ponent is more competent tha their own candidate On the other hand to elect Ear G Miller again may be to mak him strong enough to run for gov ernor in 1948 or 1950 stron enough perhaps to upset the re publican applecart 4 Atomic Bomb Deadly or Crewmen Aboard U S S Appalachian IP The single atomic bomb loosed i Bikini would have left the en re test fleet helpless had the 73 hips been fully manned one ra diological safety officer said hursday The bomb would have 2 shots at the crewmen pointed out Cant Teorfte the blast and lnJ lingering deadly rays Many lot killed by the blast would have jeen unable to carry on their du ics because of illness from the ra alion he observed Although 90 per cent of the jst animals survived many of hem Thursday had begun to show i falling blood may ead to death Associated Press science writer Howard W Blakeslee reported a new source of crippling physical damage to ships Thursday alter ouring the bullseye battleship Nevada The pressure of the blast le observed had split her open leaving doubt whether she could have continued to navigate1 The Arkansas and Pensacol were similarly damaged The Crossroads task force com mander Vice Adm W H P Blanuy declined to draw any con clusions from the test or to make any prediction of its effect on future ship construction He die at his press conference lowevcr that every ship Oaniasct could be repaired in Z to 9 months since none had suffered severe underwater damage The 2nd test bomb will be det onated under water within 3 or 4 weeks Blandy declined to say what the position of the fleet would be for this 2nd test but added that no ship will be placed directly above the submerged bomb Would it have wiped out Pear Harbor Well said Blandy the best an swer would be to take the area of devastation at Hiroshima am impose it on a map of Peart Har into consideration the type of buildings and installations destroyed at Hiroshima as com pared with U S navy base con struction Crowd Sees Big Parade at Clear Lake Clear 2nd large crowt gathered here Thursday for Clea Lakes annual 4th of July cele bration with a parade band con certs street sports choruses am sailboat races on the program The celebration opened Wednes day night with a band concert am a fireworks display that wa watched by a huge throng Thi fireworks included Roman candles skyrockets golden ilitte shells and festoon rockets Other fireworks display wa scheduled for Thursday night a 9 or Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Clear skies and mod erately warm Thursday becom ing partly cloudy Frday Scat tcred light showers Friday night Iowa Partly cloudy and moder ately warm Thursday and Fri day Scattered brief shower Friday and in extreme west por tion Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy wit seasonable temperatures Thurs day night and Friday Scatteret light showers IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at oclock Thursday morning Maximum go Minimum 57 At 8 a m Thursday 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum U S RULE OVER FILIPINOS ENDS IN DEMOCRACY Roxas Takes Over as President After 48 Years of Sovereignty Manila UR stood bareheaded in a pouring rain hursday as the stars and stripes lowered and a new flag was aised over their islands symbo izing the birlh of a new le Republic ot the Philippines Tolling church bells and wailinc ircns mingled with the roar of 21gun salute as the new de tocracy came into beinj President Manuel A Roxas and Vice President Elpidio Quirino vere sworn in to lead the new nation during its formative years From this day forward Roxas aid our international responsi ility is absolute As we are mas ers of our own destiny so too we must bear all consequences our actions Ambassador Paul V McNutt ormer U S high commissioner of he Philippines personally hauled the American flag down from the flagstaff as the Star Spangled Banner was played Thousands scurried for cover as the rain increased but many stood their ground with heads bared as President Roxas raised the Philippine red white and blue banner with a sun and 3 stars In Washington President Tru man Thursday proclaimed the in dependence of the Philippines as i selfgoverning nation thus end ing 48 years ot U S sovereignty over its largest foreign possession In his proclamation the presi dent noted that the United States acquired control of the Philip pines through the provisions of 2 reaties with Spain signed on Dec 10 1898 and Dec 7 1900 Roxas declared that Americas Llag was not being lowered in sur render or by compulsion In the icarts of millions of Filipinos he said it flies more triumphantly than exer before Gen Douglas MacArthur whose arrival brought a mighty cheer from the estimated 100000 persons athered for the ceremonies said the United States will continue to assist the Philippines in every way possible Ambassador McNutt in his flag lowering address said The as pirations of Jose Itizal Manuel Quezon and many another Fili pino patriot are hereby realized McNutt said that in proclaiming Philippine independence the Unit ed States had attached no reser vations or exceptions and that he freedom would be full com plete and absolute Diplomats and officials from at least 50 nations attended the col orful ceremonies and paid their respects to the new republic Sen Millard Tydings D Md coauthor of the TydingsMc Duffie act under which the Philip pines were granted their freedom warned the new democracy that independence is not perpetuating but must be constantly guarded Independence was granted to the Philippines following a 10year transitional period during which it held the status of a common ueaiih with its own president Roxas and McNutt signed an executive agreement implementing theBeil trade act governing trade between the United States and the Philippines and a temporary agree ment for establishment of diplo matic and consular relations In granting the Philippines in dependence the United States re linquishes control over more than 16000000 people and 115600 square miles of land scattered over some 7000 islands U S rights to military bases however have been retained under an agreement reached by the 2 nations Gets Traffic Ticket for Overparking Horse Tempe Ariz Whit lock had his first parking ticket Thursday He found it tied to the saddle horn of a horse he had left too long at a hitching rack
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